Matt Mullenweg Joins the Gillmor Gang to Discuss Calypso

Last week Matt Mullenweg, CEO of Automattic and co-creator of WordPress, joined Robert Scoble, John Borthwick, and Steve Gillmor to discuss Calypso on an episode of the Gillmor Gang. The video was recorded Tuesday, November 24 and published over the weekend.

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Holiday Music That Won’t Kill You: A List

One consistent annoyance of the holiday season is the terrible music that comes along with it. It seems stores and coffee shops resort to the blandest, most cloying choices in some desperate effort to make sure we are 100% certain what time of year it is.

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Dear Genesis Child Theme –

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Using the App to Connect and Post to a Self Hosted WordPress Site – Succeed with WP

In this post, I’ll detail my first run through and impression of the Desktop Application for Mac. This app gets installed like any other software program on your Mac and allows you to do a lot of cool things with your sites as well as your own self-hosted WordPress sites.

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Hacker Obtained Childrens’ Headshots and Chatlogs From Toymaker VTech

If storing the personal data of almost 5 million parents and more than 200,000 kids wasn’t bad enough, it turns out that hacked toymaker VTech also left thousands of pictures of parents and kids and a year worth of chat logs stored online in a way easily accessible to hackers.

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State of the Word Idea: Remembering Those We’ve Lost in the WordPress Community

Later this week, nearly 2,000 people will be in Philadelphia, PA to attend WordCamp US, the annual conference devoted to WordPress. One of the event’s highlights is Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word presentation. In it, Mullenweg shares data on WordPress’ growth throughout the year and gives insight to where the project is heading.

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What Web Can Do Today

Can I rely on the Web Platform features to build my app? An overview of the device integration HTML5 APIs.

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